NEW YORK -- They didn't have display stands or news conferences, but the safety watchdogs at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and Consumer Reports magazine had an outsize effect on the cars unveiled here last week. Core products such as the Dodge Charger, Toyota Camry and Volkswagen Jetta
Cadillac's top executive. But he said Cadillac is "on a path for growth." "We're going to grow," Peffer said. "I think you have to, with a couple big launches coming up. There is a massive amount of interest in the new Escalade."
You always see certain countries which are puzzling but Europe is coming back now, United States is very strong back. I think China is still a very sustainable economy over the next years to come." His comments underline how demand for the BMW Group
complex and confusing for motorists to adjust. "The key is to deliver this at a price point that is neutral to the automakers," Simoncini said. "The first thing they want to do is lower costs and lower weight. I think we can do both."
these suvs and crossovers with coupe like plans but I actually think this was critical. There are a lot of cross of the New York ..... are really cool the science of boring segment vehicles so. We think can he do this to me even. Well they're certainly trying
with a volume of more than 2.4 million. "We think that we've got a good product. We think there's space for it," Nissan Europe boss ..... segmentation you get that cannibalization. We think Qashqai sales will stay level," he said
I sat inside a Cadillac XTS sedan equipped with General Motors' new 4G LTE wireless connection. But I couldn't help but think : GM should have put the 4G demo unit in a Chevy Silverado or GMC Sierra pickup. Because it's in those trucks that the technology
s knee to turn a single key in the weak ignition switches given the low level of force or "torque" it takes to do so. "I think it would depend on the angle of how they hit it," Hood said. U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., also has asked
this, we thought that if we could get 10 percent of our Q70 sales in the long wheelbase we would be doing well. But I now think it's probably going to jump to about 20 percent,"andnbsp;Bartsch said. "We're going to price-position it very competitively
succeed and not degenerate into what one analyst called a "three-head monster" that could stall Tavares' back-to-profit plans. "PSA shouldn't think too much about step 3 before completing step 1 and step 2," Toulemonde said.
message: The expansion to China benefits the entire Lincoln enterprise. "We recognize they're going to hear more about what we do over there. We want them to be enthused and not think we're distracted by it and it's good for everyone."
showrooms this fall. Team what do you think of our news and run up. Meantime a rival ..... gave the company says that's okay. We think it's a really nice evolution to what ..... more elegant. It's more luxurious. We think so much better staying power over the long
andlsquo;Dealer-centric' "What can the dealer community expect? In many ways, more of the same," Carpenter said. "I do think more flexibility going forward, as regulators cut us some slack on below-660" business and "things of that kind," he
undoubtedly. If they had given up on these quantities so for me this is Justin you fall and actually. Or will give credit. I think the historical thing of that was let's make it small quirky she Euro. And we'll kind of find a market down there somewhere
Alfa Romeo has shown a vehicle at a major U.S. auto show. Think about that number for a moment -- 1992 -- and all that's ..... mind you, but only the best-performing ones. If customers think it's hard to find storage space in the 4C, wait until they
s bid for a massive new Tesla battery plant. "I don't think legislators thought that if they passed or didn't pass the ..... trying to link that argument into the legislative session." "I think Tesla will put their battery factory right where they wanted
set to the Netherlands. Employees at Chrysler's Auburn Hills offices shouldn't expect their cars from other brands to get wrapped up any time soon. A Fiat spokesman in Turin said he didn't think the idea would be repeated in Detroit.
the last five years and tripled its debt to 4.5 billion euros. Tavares is PSA's third CEO in five years. Here's why I think he will succeed where others failed: He is a car guy with a proven track record at Renault and Nissan, unlike his predecessors
investigator on the team?" Cooper asked. Stouffer's response: "Based on the new understanding, the new finding, I would think that would be something that we should do." Months later, Stouffer sent an e-mail to Delphi seeking help to identify when
so much data in the business of an OEM that the boundaries of how to use it are only limited by one's imagination. The key with big data is to think of what questions you want to have answered, and not think about what big data you have.